Okay: go to Paris

check into a nice hotel, and my plan is I’m going to eat some fucking cheese and I’m gonna get drunk. ― Anthony Bourdain

Or in my case, check into a nice Airbnb, and my plan is I’m going to take some fucking good photos and I’m gonna get drunk 😉

My departure to Paris is approaching and I’m not ready yet. I haven’t yet researched where and when Fashion Week is going on. I hope to be lucky and catch something on the street. So this will be my last post before I leave for Paris. A lot of research and planning awaits me in the coming days.

Place de la Concorde
Jardin des Tuileries
La Palette
Square Gabriel Pierné and Institut de France
Lapérouse, Quai des Grands Augustins
Rue des Batignolles
Rue des Batignolles

The vacation

gone wrong in Paris is almost always because people try to do too many things. — Anthony Bourdain

Rue des Ecouffes
Rue de Mogador
Pont Alexandre III
Pont Alexandre III
Le Loir dans La Théière et Tarte au citron meringuee
Rue de la Harpe
Place de la Concorde

Where to stay in a hotel or in a Airbnb?

Going on a trip, holidays? Awesome! One of the most important choices a traveler can make when planning their trip is deciding where to stay. There are so many accommodation options.

In all my travels I have been in hotels. In Paris I always book a hotel Ibis. For me is important room and bathroom, now also free Wi-Fi. Of course, room must be clean and not too expensive.

So what about you? Do you prefer Airbnb or hotels? What are your experiences? Is this trip solo or with a group? Do you want to feel like a traveler or like a local? Is saving money or optimizing comfort your top priority on a trip? What is important to you?Every your experience or information I will be very happy.